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Floreana Lava Lodge - Galapagos, Ecuador
Galapagos Islands

Lava Lodge is owned by a member of the Cruz family, one of the Floreana´s oldest. The hotel is a comfortable lodge with top class service and the best of friendly local hospitality, built on black lava sands at the ocean´s edge: one of the best sites on the island. Situated only 5 minutes walk from the centre of the village, Lava Lodge is also only a few steps from the "lobería" where visitors can watch the islands famous sea lions in their natural surroundings.

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Copyright: Jeff Cremer
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Uploaded: 15/02/2013
Updated: 17/01/2014
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Tags: galapagos; tour; trip; ecuador; lava lodge; galapagos hotel
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